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    Leadership Leadership Presentation Transcript

    • Leadership Department Chairs Meeting
    • What is Leadership?
      • Not about intelligence or power
      • Leadership is personal qualities of leader
        • Motivating power
        • Empathy
        • Integrity
        • Intuitive avbilities
      • Or in other words – Emotional Intelligence
    • 3 Theories of Leadership
      • Trait Theories
        • Compares traits of leaders vs. non-leaders
        • Recent studies include job-related skills
      • Behavioral Theories
        • Studies by Iowa, Ohio State, & Michigan Us identified behaviors of effective leaders
    • 3 Theories of Leadership (cont.)
      • Contingency Theories
        • Grew out of behavioral studies
        • More complex than trait or behavioral
        • Considers moderator variables such as
          • Leader-member relations
          • Task structure
          • Subordinate motivation
          • Path=goal clarity
    • Contingency Theories
      • Contingency Theories are based on one of two assumptions
        • leaders must change behavior to fit situation (House’s path-goal)
        • Leaders must change situation to fit leader’s behavior (Fiedler’s contingency theory)
    • Outgrowth’s of Contingency Theories
      • Tannenbaum and Schmidt’s leadership-style continuum
      • Blake and Mouton’s managerial grid
      • Reddin’s three-dimensional leadership styles
      • Hersey and Blanchard’s situational leadership model
    • Contemporary Leadership Perspectives
      • Vertical dyad linkage model
      • Reciprocal influence teory
      • Substitutes for leadership
      • Transformational leadership
    • Conclusions from Leadership Theories
      • Difficult to isolate exact qualities that make a good leader
      • No one theory always explains effective leadership
      • Leader’s effectiveness determined by interaction of
        • Leader traits
        • Skills of leader
        • Leader behaviors
        • Various situational factors